|The Active Opposition: Iraq - Eyewitness Reports|
Peter Coyote interviews Sean Penn from his home in Marin County, CA. Mr. Penn describes his trip to Iraq and how it has affected him as an American citizen, as an artist, and as a father. The program will include other eyewitnesses such as Scott Ritter, former U.N. weapons inspector, Dennis Halliday, former head of the U.N Oil-for-Food program, and a selection of freelance and staff reporters from mainstream and alternative media.
Keywords: linkshorts; TAO; Peter Coyote; Sean Penn; Iraq; War
|ArtChatPodcast 033 - Stephen Harlow, Emory Holmes II, Jim "Jimmy the Peach" Aaron, Mary Burns, David King, Ruth Parson,|
Loving Machines In The Woods Under The Eclipsing Dole. Episode 33 Recorded May 21, 2012 Mary Burns, Ruth Parson, Jim "Jimmy The Peach" Aaron, Steve Harlow, David King The media is free on the Internet, I always think of it as advertising something. Advertising the creator's abilities, if nothing else. This is not the first free media that's come along. Television is the biggest example of free media...
Keywords: Bjorn Enga; Diego Samper; Emmett Grogan; Gold Moss Gallery; Kardashev Scale; Michio Kaku; Peter Coyote; The Diggers; David King; Geoffrey Smedley; Richard Brautigan; Ruth Parson; Steve Harlow; Jimmy The Peach Aaron
|There's Something About W - Robin Chin and John Grimes|
A wry look at the policies of the Bush Administration. Award-winning nationally broadcast documentary blending policy analysis and political humor presenting key issues for the 2004 presidential election. Features Nobel Prize-winning Economist and NYT columnist, Paul Krugman, Molly Ivins, Bill Maher, Michael Moore, Daniel Ellsberg, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston, Al Franken, Kevin Phillips and many more...
Keywords: George W Bush; 2004 Election; Iraq War; Bush Administration; Paul Krugman; Molly Ivins; Michael Moore; Bill Maher; David Cay Johntson; Peter Coyote; Kevin Phillips; Daniel Ellsberg; Al Franken; Arianna Huffington; Charles Lewis; Norman Soloman; Connie Rice; Joan Blades; Eli Pariser; Tom Andrews; Reno; Bill Santiago; Johnny Steele; Jehmu Greene; Helen Halprin; Andrew Greenblatt; documentary; Dick Cheney; Colin Powell; John Ashcroft; Donald Rumsfeld; Condi Rice; Tom Andrews; Joan Blades; Will Durst; Daniel Ellsberg; Al Franken; Andrew Greenblatt; Jehmu Greene; Helen Halpin; Arianna Huffington; Molly Ivins; David Cay Johnston; Paul Krugman; Charles Lewis; Bill Maher; Michael Moore; Eli Pariser; Kevin Phillips; Reno; Connie Rice; Bill Santiago; Norman Soloman; Johnny Steele; Peter Coyote; Robin Chin; John Grimes; Louise Rubacky
|People United 2014 Feb 07 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with Noelle Hanrahan of Prison Radio, which records and distributes voices of prisoners, including the commentaries of Mumia Abu-Jamal, for airplay on radio stations, and also for presentations in other contexts. She spoke at this radio station on January 27, 2014.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Noelle Hanrahan; Prison Radio; Long Distance Revolutionary; A Journey with Mumia Abu-Jamal; radio; prisoners; recordings; documentary; books; commentaries; prisons; criminal justice; media access; political prisoners; social prisoners; detention; juvenile; youth; immigrant; civil liberties; social justice; Detention Watch Network; Elaine Cohen; Hutto Visitation Program; Grassroots Leadership; Treasure City Thrift; Lisa Fithian; artists; performers; actors; Peter Coyote; Ruby Dee; Giancarlo Esposito; Pacifica Radio; KPFA; National Public Radio; NPR; WUHY; WHYY; Mumia Abu-Jamal; Lori Berenson; Kevin Rashid Johnson; Lucasville 5; Lucasville Five Plus; race; blacks; people of color; class; poverty; children; women; gender; transgender; LGBT; lesbian; women's music; religion; activism; journalism; Stanford University; Quixote Center; New Ways Ministry; Maryland; Hyattsville; College Park; Washington DC; California; Palo Alto; Berkeley; San Francisco; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia; Texas; Rhode Island; United States; history; current events
|WORLD PEACE Is A Local Issue - Dorothy Fadiman|
WORLD PEACE is a Local Issue opens with these words: "In a democracy, the most important office is that of the private citizen." Justice Louis Brandeis. The film documents how local efforts can impact national issues. The story begins in 1983 showing actions, worldwide, toward reining in escalation of the nuclear arms race. In a suburban community, 300 people show up, petitioning their City Council to pass a Nuclear Freeze...
Keywords: Activism; anti-nuclear; anti-war; citizen activists; citizen lobbyists; cold war era; democracy; demonstations; disarmament; Dorothy Fadiman; Dwight Eisenhower; Ed Markey; Edward Kennedy; grassroots; Hiroshima; jurisdiction; Laurence Rosenthal; Nagasaki; nuclear arms race; nuclear bomb; nuclear disarmament; nuclear freeze movement; nuclear freeze rally; Nuclear Freeze Resolution; nuclear reductions; nuclear stockpiling; nuclear testing ban; nuclear weapons testing; Palo Alto City Council; Palo Alto; Paul Newman; peace action; peace; Peter Coyote; Randall Forsberg; SANE; Ted Kennedy; world peace; Dorothy Fadiman; Palo Alto City Council; Palo Alto; Anti-Nuclear; nuclear arms race; nuclear stockpiling; cold war era; citizen activists; Paul Newman; Edward Kennedy; Ted Kennedy; Ed Markey; nuclear freeze rally; peace action; nuclear weapons testing; nuclear freeze movement; world peace; peace; nuclear testing ban; SANE